Disabled Syrian Teenager's Journey Across Borders

  • By: Joni Eareckson Tada
  • Oct. 6, 2015
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  • Joni's Posts, In the Media

Noujain MustaffaMost of us are aware of the massive emigration of Syrian refugees escaping ISIS and flooding into Europe. Whether crossing land on foot, or embarking on a dangerous boat trip across the Mediterranean, hundreds of thousands of displaced persons are looking for help and hope. Ken and I have been praying over this crisis (the largest emigration of refugees since WWII). As I’ve read the news, I’ve wondered What about the disabled? What about the elderly and those in wheelchairs? Well, today I saw this amazing interview with Noujain Mustaffa, a young Syrian with disabilities, that stirred me deeply – please share it with your Facebook friends and ask them to lift this crisis before the Lord in prayer!

 
 

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i also heard a story about a refuge from 106 years old who has been carried by his friends( because he was blind and deaf ) during his escape from his country! great isnt it?God takes care of this people!!
  • Oct. 6, 2015
  • 2:11 a.m.
  • rita Edelenbos